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Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an organisation that brings together people who want to address their drinking problems through mutual support with other alcoholics. The organisation is split into regions and the Fenland Intergroup covers the whole of the CPFT area, with many local branches.

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Who is this service for?

Anyone who has an alcohol problem and wants to stop drinking but needs support to do so. Closed meetings can only be attended by the drinker, open meetings can be attended by interested or concerned parties as well.

How this service can help you

The AA provides support and advice for those wishing to address their alcoholism. As well as information about alcohol dependency, which includes the 12-step model the organisation uses to overcome alcoholism, you can speak to a volunteer over the phone or find a local meeting to attend in person.

Facilities available

Local group meetings throughout Cambridgeshire, Huntingdon,Peterborough and Fenland which are listed under locations A-Z within the Fenland Intergroup.

How do I access this service?

http://www.aa-gb.org.uk/eastern/fenland/

http://www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk/ national website

Where is it?

There are meetings throughout the area covered by the Fenland Intergroup in Bar Hill, Brampton, Cambridge, Chatteris, Ely, Godmanchester, Haverhill, Huntingdon, March, Mildenhall Village, Newmarket, Peterborough, Royston, Saffron Waden, St Ives, St Neots and Wisbech. Details are on the Fenland intergroup website.


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Contact the service

fenlandecloaamail@yahoo.co.uk

National helpline (24-hour)  freephone 0845 769 7555 

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When is the service open?

Meeting times vary, please see the list on the Intergroup "meetings" page.

Who provides this service?

Alcoholics Anonymous is a national charity.

 

Is it free?

Yes

Languages spoken

Please contact the service provider for details. 

Is there disability access?

Please contact the service provider for details.

Author of this page

Janet Hassall

What others are saying about this service

We will be providing facilities to review these services in due course.

The page was last updated on 15 August 2013 by andrea.bateman.

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